Statement of Common African Customary Laws for the Protection of Sacred Sites
Custodians of Sacred Sites from Ethiopia, Kenya, Uganda, and South Africa.2012
Deeply concerned about our Earth because she is suffering from increasing destruction despite all the discussions, international meetings, facts and figures and warning signs, this statement intends to revive traditions related to African Sacred Sites and to protect Sacred Sites and Territories. Traditional view of Sacred Sites is summarised in 14 points according to the Custodians of Sacred Sites from Tharaka, Meru, Kamba and Magarini areas/territories in Kenya; Buganda and Bunyoro in Uganda; Bale and Suba in Ethiopia; and from Venda, Limpopo Province, South Africa.
African Biodiversity Network. Statement of Common African Customary Laws for the Protection of Sacred Sites. Nanyuki Custodian Meeting, Kenya, 28 April 2012.